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Young Violinist Estella Elisheva: I myself practice with Maggini’s copy but as Lance Armstrong once said: It’s not about the bike. I will tell the same: it is not about the violin – the feeling and love towards music is important

Young Violinist Estella Elisheva: I myself practice with Maggini’s copy but as Lance Armstrong once said: It’s not about the bike. I will tell the same: it is not about the violin – the feeling and love towards music is important

OHMYGOSSIP – Violins are one of the most versatile instruments in the world – unfortunately, they are also one of the most difficult ones to choose. ConsumerHelp.guide asked famous violinists (Estella Elisheva, Tasmin Little, Sophie Armstrong, Jenny Oaks Baker, Damien Escobar, Una Palliser, Anastasios Mavroudis, Justerini Brooks, Lindsey Stirling, Sarah Charness, Ariella Zeitlin-Hoffman, Deni Bonet, Hannah Kirby, Rohan Roy, Asher Laub, Judy Kang, Anne Harris, Rob Landes, Philippe Quint, Dr. David Wallace, Val Vigoda, Elena Thompson) what their top pick of violin was, based on their wealth of knowledge and experience, and why, ConsumerHelp.guide mediates.

At just twelve years old, Estella Elisheva is much sought-after violinist. Despite her young age, she finds inspiration from classical music and artists. She performs concerts all around Scandinavia and is considered to be one of the most talented musicians of her age. You can check out her website on estellaelisheva.com or subscribe to her YouTube channel.

“I am very young and don’t have a lot of experiences with different violins yet. I myself practice with Maggini’s copy but as Lance Armstrong once said: It’s not about the bike. I will tell [you] the same: it is not about the violin – the most important [thing] is the feeling, love towards music and the attitude. I think it is [the] same with great violinists – they can play easy children’s music but you’ll hear and feel the difference and notice straight away their greatness.

I would definitely love to test different violins in the future and hold the famous Stradivarius and other masterpieces. But now all my concentration is to practice and play as well as I can. I am collaborating with my current violin, we are friends and we support each other – if you know what I mean. I have no bad words about my current violin. It is not possible to play, if you don’t like your ‘partner’ [which] is what my violin is to me. I will think about the advanced violins once there is a need.”

Read the original article where all 22 famous violinists offer their advice here

 



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